Asda Smartprice Tuna Chunks Reviews
Product Type: Asda Meat / Fish
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Fish
Newest Review: ... On the front of the can and in green and black writing I am told that it is Asda 'Smart Price' Tuna Chunks In Brine and that ... more
by - written on 17/04/10 (Very useful, 305 readings)
One of my favourite fishes is the tuna fish and I particularly like a few cans in the cupboard for emergencies. As I write this review now actually I'm making me and my mate a tuna pasta bake in the oven using a can of this stuff! I used to only buy premium brands such as John West but it isn't cheap less face it and that is why I have tried lately to find more economical options lately which brings me nicely onto this product! The Packaging: The tuna comes in a small round can that is 185g in weight. On the front of the can and in green and black writing I am told that it is Asda 'Smart Price' Tuna Chunks In Brine and that it is dolphin ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/10/09 (Very useful, 121 readings)
On the days when I want something light I usually just open a can of Tuna Chunks, drain it and then throw it with a salad, in a sandwich or toss it with a little pasta. This tuna comes in an aluminium can and a can opener will be required as there is no ring pull on this can. It has a paper label on it displaying the Asda Smartprice logo, a picture of the tuna chunks, ingredients (tuna, water & salt) & nutritional information. There is plenty of brine in the can and this keeps the tuna fairly moist and delicious and once drained off the weight of the tuna is 129g so you get 56g of brine in each can. Also, if you have a cat they might like ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/09/09, updated on 09/09/09 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I love tuna, it's such a versatile foodstuff, use it as a sandwich filler, add to pasta, eaten as a steak with vegetables, even with salad and mayonnaise is a great companion to it, as is a tomato based sauce. Mix with vinegar and peppers for a moist tuna crunch, the possibilities can be endless! It's a great alternative to meat with the bonus of protein to boot. It's also very healthy for all those weight watchers out there, with just 69 calories per half a tin and 'trace' saturated fat (based on the Smartprice nutritional information). Too good to be true, surely! Now in these difficult financial times more and more people are turning to the basics range ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/09 (Very useful, 593 readings)
I love tuna and it's a great way for me to reach my protein intake as I don't like meat. The ASDA Smartprice tuna is cheap and of a good quality and the only downside is that the tuna comes in brine instead of water or oil. If you don't mind the brine I can recommend the tuna chunks - the quality is good and they are a great base for many nice dishes - have a look at the end of my review for my favourite tuna dish. --------------- Packing The tuna chunks come in a medium sized flat tin without lid opener - for me a big minus point as I can never find my can opener and have to search for 10min to find it. The label is the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/10/09 (Very useful, 128 readings)
Intro ------ I am a regular gym goer, and therefore needed something which was going to give me a good amount of protein, without breaking the student bank account. Adding a lot of these to my weekly shopping budget, was definately the best way to go in terms of satisfying both of these goals. These items are pretty much a staple of my weekly shop and i have nothing but praise for them Price ------ This is the best bit for me. At just 48p a tin it means that you can pick yourself out 6 meals for the week for just £3. Try doing this with any other kind of meat or similar product and i think you will find that your struggling ... Read the complete review
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